Old School RuneScape Twisted League: Tasks List, Relics, Rewards, and Everything You Need to Know – Gamezebo

OldSchool RuneScape got its first League this week, and it’s the Twisted League. For those unaware, Leagues are a brand new way to play the smash hit MMORPG, providing you with a series of challenges …

OldSchool RuneScape got its first League this week, and it’s the Twisted League. For those unaware, Leagues are a brand new way to play the smash hit MMORPG, providing you with a series of challenges to beat under a set of predetermined restrictions.
In this guide, we’re going to provide you with everything you need to know to beat the Twisted League, including a list of tasks, relics, and rewards.
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The Twisted League limits play to the Kebos and Kourend regions and challenges you to play as an Ironman. For those unaware, Ironman characters are entirely self-sufficient, unable to trade with other players, pick up their loot, and more.
So, using your own initiative you’ll have to beat a series of tasks, which provide you with points that you can spend on Relics. Relics are basically buffs that improve your abilities in numerous different ways to help you complete more tasks and earn more rewards.
Rewards include exclusive armour sets, home decorations, and more. We’ll include a full list of the rewards below.
The Twisted League officially began on November 14 and will end just over two months later on January 16, 2020.

Starting the Twisted League is easy. Simply select a Twisted League world (they’re marked in green) and complete or skip Tutorial Island. This will send you to Kourend Castle Courtyard, where you can chat to the League Tutor to kick off the challenge.

There are a number of changes in Twisted League worlds that are worth keeping in mind when you begin:

There are far too many tasks to list in this guide, but you can check out a full list of them on the official Old School RuneScape Wiki.
Tasks work similarly to Achievement Diaries, in that they’re a list of tasks to perform. They’re split into Easy, Medium, Hard, Elite, and Master, and you’ll earn League Points for completing them.
In total, there are 495 tasks to beat, with 90,670 League Points up for grabs in total. Here’s how many points you’ll earn per task in each difficulty:
Tasks range from completing a variety of different actions, including skilling, picking up drops, killing monsters, completing quests, and participating in minigames.

Relics are limited to Twisted League, and are basically a series of buffs that you can unlock by spending League Points. They can boost your XP, combat abilities, drop rates, and skilling abilities.
When you leave Tutorial Island, you can select from one of three different starting Relics:

Buffs become more powerful the more Relics you’ve unlocked, with new buffs unlocking at the following point thresholds:

There’s a Twisted League leaderboard, with the player that’s earned the most League Points so far sitting at the top. Ordinary players simply need not bother with this, as getting to the top of this list is nigh on impossible unless you can dedicate every waking hour to completing tasks.
The player who finishes top of the leaderboard will be crowned the Champion of the Twisted League. We’re not sure, at this point, what that player gets – aside from prestige, of course.

League Firsts are awarded to the player who is the first to complete one of the following tasks:
To be clear, you don’t earn any actual rewards for completing a League First, aside from prestige. You can check the League First list on a noticeboard right next to the League Tutor.

There are two different types of rewards in Twisted League: league-to-league, which carry over between leagues, and main game, which you can show off on your main character.
League-to-league rewards include:
Main game rewards transfer over to the main game, of course, and include a variety of cosmetics. You unlock them by spending League Points at the League Reward Store. Here’s a full list:

The Twisted League Cosmetic Outfit comes in three different tiers and includes no stats.

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